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Come out and join the American Liver Foundation for our 11th Annual 5k Liver Life Walk Phoenix Presented by Mayo Clinic & Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center on Saturday, April 13, 2013 at Steele Indian School Park! To register your 2013 team, contact Ashley Drew, Events Manager at email@example.com or 602-953-1800.
April 13th, 2013 (8:30 am - 11:30 am)
Contact: Ashley Drew (Email)
Phone: 602-953-1800(Fax: 602-953-1806)
Hosted by American Liver Foundation - Desert Southwest Division
Steele Indian School Park - Directions
300 East Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Registration: 8:30 am
5k/1k Start Time: 10:00 am
Festivities Conclude: 11:30 am
Calling all walkers! ALF recruits walkers through school groups, corporations, the medical community and the general public to participate in this fun event. Individual walkers and team walkers are encouraged to attend pre events to learn helpful tools to build a team and increase fundraising.
The Liver Life Walk Phoenix Presented by Mayo Clinic & Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center will be the American Liver Foundation – Desert Southwest Division’s 11th Annual dog friendly walk. With snacks, entertainment, and prizes, this 5k or 1k walk promises to be fun for all ages.
The Liver Life Walk is a fun, family-oriented celebration that includes kids activities, snacks and festivities! Bring your family and friends along to join the fun - mingle with Sprinkles and Cuppy from Dunkin' Donuts, the Phoenix Suns Gorilla, Big Red from the Arizona Cardinals and the Phoenix Coyotes Howler! You won't want to miss the excitement!
Walker Registration Begins
Welcome by Kumbia, 95.1 Latino Vibe, on Stage
Snacks: Coffee, Donuts, Fruit and More
Face Painting and Coloring
C.o.C Dance Co. Performance
Chair Massages from Massage Envy
Mascots – Sprinkles and Cuppie
Dog Contest on Stage
- Most Appropriate Dog Name
- Happiest Dog
- Biggest Dog
- Smallest Dog
- Dog Owner Look Alike
Stretches by Laura Spannagel-Byrne
5K and 1K Walk Begins at Balloon Arch
Walk festivities conclude